On 26 and 27 May 2018 many events in Paestum.
Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 May the Roman days of Paestum return, an event of historical re-enactment that will be held in the archaeological area.
Sunday at the museum will be held the Slow Food Cilento Taste Workshop which will be dedicated to honey and always on Sunday, those who want to reach Paestum by train can do so using the Archeotreno, traveling aboard a historic train with "Centoporte", carriages of the 30s, and "Corbellini", carriages of the 50s, driven by an electric locomotive of the 60s in the livery of origin.
PROGRAM SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 26th AND 27th MAY FROM 10:00 am TO 5:30 pm:
"The musical arts", group of dances and music of antiquity Phonomachoi will realize a series of demonstrations of music and dances of the past, a great suggestion in the shadow of the temple of Neptune, starting at 16:00, complete with historical explanations and stories.
From 10:00 to 17:30 near the temple of Neptune will be possible to meet matrons, senators, patricians, plebeians, gladiators and traders who will provide historical and technical information, in Italian and English, to visitors.
Children can participate in ceramics workshops. In the area of the shops, you can find out what was on the tables of the Romans, patricians and plebeians, and taste Roman recipes reconstructed from the archeo-cook Cristina Conte, specialized in ancient dishes.
The initiative is included in the entrance ticket to the Museum and the Archaeological Area (€ 9.00 - reduced € 4.50 between 18 and 25 years - free up to 18 years) and PAESTUM MIA subscription.
Sunday 27th May:
The appointment with the Slow Food Cilento Taste Workshop returns to the Museum of Paestum; the theme of this Sunday will be "HONEY AND SALUBRITY".
Participation is for groups for up to 20 participants.
Reservations required before 12:00 on Saturday 26 May.
Timetable: appointment at 10:00 and at 11:30 at the ticket office of the Museum. Cost of the workshop: € 3.00 each participant must add to the entrance ticket to the Museum and to the archaeological area or to the PaestumMia subscription.